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The three city councilors present at Monday night’s meeting approved an additional $275,000 to be included to the FY20 paving budget bid. The additional funds could come from a mix of reserves, a grant award – pending state approval–, possibl…

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KidSafe Collaborative, an independent Chittenden County agency focused solely on keeping the community working together to prevent and address child abuse and neglect, held its 30th Annual Outstanding Service Awards luncheon April 4. Held dur…

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The energy and cost saving initiative is a joint effort of the Department of Public Works and the South Burlington Energy Committee. According to Public Works Director Justin Rabidoux, the LEDs are being installed on Dorset Street from Kenned…

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Discover how to “read” old forested farmscapes to trace 300 years of land use history in Vermont. Reveal the stories of the families who shaped the landscape as we see it today. Develop the ability to interpret cultural imprints encountered i…

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The planning commission stayed the course with all things Interim Zoning at its April 9 meeting. Members also had the opportunity to discuss short-term amendments being made to the Transfer Development Rights (TDR) program, as well as a myria…

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The skies were gray early Saturday afternoon but thousands of eyes lit up as they watched the distinct shape of four F-16 fighter jets cut through the somber clouds – first, one at a time, then circling together in perfect formation.

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There simply aren’t enough hours in a day for Lise Veronneau. Sitting at her desk in the Burlington Fire & Police Department, the South Burlington resident has heaps of work as business administrator. But on top of it all, she’s a liaison…

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The South Burlington School Board and the city council will meet on April 22 to hash out a major disagreement over the stormwater plans for 180 Market Street.

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A policing year in review shows static incident rates in 2018, according to South Burlington Police Department Chief Shawn Burke. Recent data reveals the department responded to about 14,000 incidents last year, which is commensurate with tot…

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A South Burlington fire engulfed a building on the Belter Farm during the early hours of Sunday morning. No people or animals were harmed by the blaze. The structure was deemed a complete loss, with damages totaling about $350,000.

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Good fences make good neighbors, the old adage says. However, in the case of six local municipalities, the very opposite may soon ring true. This winter, South Burlington officials began talking with neighboring towns about a possible multi-c…

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A South Burlington man has pleaded not guilty to a felony charge of illegal possession of 18 firearms while being an unlawful user and addicted to controlled substances, federal court records show.

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A federal magistrate, citing the extensive criminal record of a Colchester man, has ruled he must remain behind bars while awaiting trial on a charge of bank robbery in South Burlington.